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Boomkat Product Review:
Kurt Dahlke a.k.a. NDW pioneer Pyrolator takes his turn to reconstruct and adapt the work of pivotal Berlin-skool composer, Conrad Schnitzler. This posthumous, inter-generational collaboration is even better than it reads on paper/screen, with Dahlke aiming to "present a side of Conrad which I has always heard in his music but one which often goes unnoticed: a darker, technoid side". He arguably fulfils his intentions in style over 12 vast, amorphous synthscapes foregrounding the compatibilities between Schnitzler's modular extractions and a modern day sound of Berlin techno. Allowing Schnitzler's loops and pads to break free, overlap and diffuse, Dahlke's results fan out from systolic industrial pulses to sweltering drug chug and atonal, perilous sci-fi zones that could as easily be adapted to the 'floor as savoured for immersive headphone listens.